2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Nurburgring 7:59.32 in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by The Tony Show
SHUT UP ABOUT THE GT-R.
It's a coupe.
It's not a luxury vehicle.
It is not, nor will it ever be a car that people in their right mind compare to a 4 door, luxury equipped CTS-V. This forum was nearly ruined by all the stupid GT-R posts- don't take us there again. If you want to talk about the GT-R, then GTFO and go find a GT-R forum.
I could care less bout the "GT-r " as I consider that car does not have enough power. But I am a stickler for semantics.
since 2009 is not in full swing production. Just like the GT-r. It can not be called a production vehicle until there are NUMEROUS of them on the road, AND, a random sampling is taken from those produced cars and RAN.
Otherwise, The GT-r absolutely smacks this car plus almost every other car into the ground with a 7:38. That is a whopping 20 second, forget whooping, MASSACARE. And I am not using the bystandard timed one that came in at below 7:30!
Anyone in the market for an upcoming CTS-V could make the small stretch to purchase a GT-R. Those that wish to do that would be on a Nissan website. It's fine to make comparisons of cars but to go on about how the new CTS-V is essentially a waste of time b/c the GT-R will "massacare", err I mean, massacre it is pointless. Apples to oranges.
No, I meant thrust. You've got to be kidding me, dude.
8:05 --- 152.91 km/h -- Mercedes CLK 63 AMG Black Series
8:06 --- 152.59 km/h -- Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG
8:14 --- 150.12 km/h -- Mercedes SL 65 AMG,
Epic fail. Go back to trolling somewhere else, and enjoy being on my ignore list.
I hate Wiki but usually it is the most up to date. No where to be found as those numbers in the wiki tell you were they were pulled from (Magazine most, lots of mfg claim). Hell they even already updated the CTS-V information with the appropiate citiation (mfg claim)